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Contents (ISJ 106, Spring 2005)

106

1

mar 05

 

Notes on contributors (ISJ 106, Spring 2005)

106

2

mar 05

 

Chris Harman: Imperialism's new facade

106

3

mar 05

 

'Vindication', claimed Bush's supporters after anti-Syrian protests in Lebanon. But the US is unleashing forces it cannot control, argues Chris Harman.
An introduction to the articles on Iraq and Egypt

 

Anne Alexander + Simon Assaf: The elections and the resistance in Iraq

106

12

mar 05

 

The Iraq election has not broken the resistance or brought stability, Anne Alexander and Simon Assaf show.

 

Egypt: the pressures build up (interviews)

106

23

mar 05

 

Ppressure is building up against the Mubarak's 23 year old pro-US dictatorship, socialist activists from Egypt report.

 

Chris Harman: Britain after eight years of Blair

106

35

mar 05

 

What is the shape of Britain after eight years of New Labour? What has happened to industry, the working class, the schools, the urban landscape? How badly damaged is Labour's base? Jane Hardy, Jacob Middleton, Terry Wrightly, Alex Law, Gerry Mooney and Charlie Kimber provide insights into these issues in a special section.
An introduction to these 5 articles.

 

Jane Hardy: The changing structure of the British economy

106

44

mar 05

 

What is the shape of Britain after eight years of New Labour? What has happened to industry, the working class, the schools, the urban landscape? How badly damaged is Labour's base? Jane Hardy, Jacob Middleton, Terry Wrightly, Alex Law, Gerry Mooney and Charlie Kimber provide insights into these issues in a special section.

 

Jacob Middleton: The working class

106

67

mar 05

 

What is the shape of Britain after eight years of New Labour? What has happened to industry, the working class, the schools, the urban landscape? How badly damaged is Labour's base? Jane Hardy, Jacob Middleton, Terry Wrightly, Alex Law, Gerry Mooney and Charlie Kimber provide insights into these issues in a special section.

 

Terry Wrigley: Blair’s vision for education: business, business, business

106

75

mar 05

 

What is the shape of Britain after eight years of New Labour? What has happened to industry, the working class, the schools, the urban landscape? How badly damaged is Labour's base? Jane Hardy, Jacob Middleton, Terry Wrightly, Alex Law, Gerry Mooney and Charlie Kimber provide insights into these issues in a special section.

 

Alex Law + Gerry Mooney: Urban landscapes

106

89

mar 05

 

What is the shape of Britain after eight years of New Labour? What has happened to industry, the working class, the schools, the urban landscape? How badly damaged is Labour's base? Jane Hardy, Jacob Middleton, Terry Wrightly, Alex Law, Gerry Mooney and Charlie Kimber provide insights into these issues in a special section.

 

Charlie Kimber: Labour’s organic crisis

106

101

mar 05

 

What is the shape of Britain after eight years of New Labour? What has happened to industry, the working class, the schools, the urban landscape? How badly damaged is Labour's base? Jane Hardy, Jacob Middleton, Terry Wrightly, Alex Law, Gerry Mooney and Charlie Kimber provide insights into these issues in a special section.

 

Respect: the record so far

106

111

mar 05

 

What is the shape of Britain after eight years of New Labour? What has happened to industry, the working class, the schools, the urban landscape? How badly damaged is Labour's base? Jane Hardy, Jacob Middleton, Terry Wrightly, Alex Law, Gerry Mooney and Charlie Kimber provide insights into these issues in a special section.

 

Alex Callinicos + John Holloway: Can we change the world without taking power?

106

112

mar 05

 

'Autonomism' is a powerful current in the global anti-capitalist movement. John Holloway, one of its foremost theoreticans, debated Alex Callinicos at a crowded meeting during World Social Forum, 27 January 2005. You can read the complete transcript here.

 

Mike Gonzalez: The WSF: Looking for an alternative

106

129

mar 05

 

Venezuela: inside the Bolivarian revolution (An interview with Roland Denis)

106

135

mar 05

 

Hugo Chávez has becom a symbol of defiance to imperialism, drawing enthusiastic crowds in places as far apart as Porto Alegra and Calcutta. But what really is happening on the ground in Venezuela? Roland Denis, a Venezuelan revolutionary and former deputy minister, tells of some of the contradictions in the 'Bolivarian' process.

 

Fernando Lizárraga: Che and the socialist tradition: a reply to Mike Gonzalez

106

144

mar 05

 

A friendly critique from Argentina of Mike Gonzalez's much-acclaimed book on Che Guevara.

 

Esme Choonara: Cities in revolt (Mumbai)

106

156

mar 05

 

A review of Meena Menon and Neera Adarkar: "One Hundred Years, One Hundred Voices" (Seagull Books, 2004), £19.95.

 

Kieran Allen: Militant Dubliners

106

161

mar 05

 

A review of John Newsinger: "Rebel City" (Merlin Press, 2004), £14.95

 

Andy Durgan: Barcelona class war

106

163

mar 05

 

A review of Chris Ealham: "Class, Culture and Conflict in Barcelona 1898-1937" (Routledge, 2004), £70

 

John Molyneux: Emin matters

106

166

mar 05

 

Tracey Emin is the most famous contemporary artist in Britain. This is the first time a woman has occupied this position and that is, in itself, worthy of note.

 

Angus Calder: More than Culloden (Neil Davidson: "Discovering the Scottish Revolution, 1682-1746")

106

172

mar 05

 

A review of Neil Davidson, Discovering the Scottish Revolution, 1682-1746 (Pluto Press, 2003), £19.99.

 

John Game: Caught in a trap (Vivek Chibber: "Locked in Place: State-Building and Late Industrialisation in India")

106

177

mar 05

 

A review of Vivek Chibber, Locked in Place: State-Building and Late Industrialisation in India (Princeton University Press, 2003), £26.95

 

Chris Harman: Forgotten subversives

106

181

mar 05

 

A review of Jonathan I Israel: "Radical Enlightenment" (Oxford, 2002), £20.99.

 

James Woodcock: I’m all lost in the supermarket

106

183

mar 05

 

A guide to some of the many voices opposing supermarket domination (books, internet).

 

Judy Cox: Where Capital came from

106

185

mar 05

 

A review of Isaac Ilyich Rubin: "A History of Economic Thought" (Bertram), £19.99

 

Chris Harman: Pick of the quarter

106

188

mar 05

 

A regular survey of articles which readers will find useful. Some, although by no means all, are available on the web.

 

Daphne Lawless: A question of perspective (New Zealand)

106

189

mar 05

 

A comment on the experience of the Alliance Party in New Zealand (Chris Harman: "Spontaneity, Strategy and Politics" in International Socialism 104)

 

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